Friday, March 13, 2009

Friday, March 13th - Qualifying Scuba lesson and Nasi Goreng

Breakfast was hotel buffet... I'll try it all but here are examples of what is served on a regular basis:

1. Fruit bar
2. Salad bar
3. Egg station
4. Fry station (changes btw Banana fritters, Waffles, Pancakes, French Toast)
5. Burbur (congee) with condiments
6. Miso soup
7. Standard warm breakfast fare
8. Noodles and other indonesion food (since not all cultures differentiate breakfast food)
9. breads and pastries.
10. yogurt and cereals
11. coffee and juices

Lunch I skipped since we slepted in and had breakfast late

Dinner was across the street at a modest Warung. I had the Nasi Goreng vegetable (fried rice served with a fried egg on top). D had a whole grilled snapper with fries and balinesian sauce (chopped shallots, chilies and garlic). It's so disappointing when the place is called a Warung with authentic food and you get fries. My recommend is to seek out those that do not promote having western or russian food. Seriously, oddly enough, there is a proliferation of Russian script and dishes in Bali. I can only assume there is either some recipricol visa friendly relationship or massive marketing work up there. Our hotel was jam packed with Eli Lilly from Russia.

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